Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Calm Precision

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Positions: Quarterback
Height/Weight: 5’6, 130 lbs
Teams: Oakville Titans (OFC), Oakville-Trafalgar Red Devils (high school: HSSAA)
Commitment: None
Official Visits: None
Considerations: Western, McMaster, Open
Class: 2018

Quarterback Davis Boulding is known for his accurate arm and calmness in the pocket after only three years in the position.

Boulding has been playing football for the past four years with the Oakville Titans of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) in both the spring and fall seasons.

Moreover, the quarterback entered high school this fall and played for the Oakville-Trafalgar Red Devils of the Halton Secondary School Athletic Association (HSSAA).

During the offseason, the Red Devils standout attends a few quarterback and football speed-training camps. Boulding also keeps in shape by playing other sports, and plans to join athletic gyms as he gets older.

As a grade nine student, the quarterback is trying out for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) for the first time.

“I know there will be older kids than me but I am hoping that I make the team this year and learn from the players and coaches so that next year I can have a real impact on the team,” said Boulding,

He is also aiming for the CFC 100 in his graduating year.

“I still have four years to go but that is definitely my goal,” added the quarterback. “I believe with a lot of practice, effort and ability I can reach that goal.”

Boulding’s favourite thing about football is the team aspect because every position has to do their job properly in order for the team to succeed.

“As a quarterback I love to motivate my offence and help make everyone better,” explained the Red Devils quarterback. “I love to practice and become better for our team and my own abilities.”

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